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... she wore an outfit that could have been part of the costuming in the Mad Hatters Tea Party! The most adorable guide ever.
Now, back to the dates she told us to notice. All the buildings in the square...all within a 5 year period. When they got destroyed in the 1600's by the French, the guilds that were there needed buildings again and fast. So what do they do? In a time when there was no such thing as big strong cranes, to build the whole square back in 5 years? Australia...get ...
... hostel actually had 4 bed dorms, which was really irritating as we had thought we were a good number and didn’t want to have to share with strangers. After some tenacity Juliet and Hayden managed to get a 2 room, so Molly, Connie, Hannah and I shared a 4 together. We hadn’t arrived at the hostel till 9:15, so we spent a bit of time making our beds and then headed out to find some food, having decided not to go with Mouss to be shown the Christmas market or to go on the ...
... fast trains were quite booked out, and if we wanted to take one, we would have to pay 98 euros each, because our Eurail tickets weren’t valid because we hadn’t booked. I would not stand for this, so I asked Joanna to sit by the bags while I searched for a second opinion. I found some very nice information desk ladies who helped me to understand the regional trains. If we took these slower trains, and swapped over twice, it would only cost us 9 ...
... the gear stick was not on the left. Once underway though Bink only had 3 heart attacks, 2 panic attacks, and only one grab of the Jesus Handles...I'm so proud of her. It wasn't long till we arrived in Brussels and checked into our hotel. Once settled, first stop was to knock off item number one on the Belgium to do list...Beer. The lovely lady behind the counter made a recommendation (within walking distance) of a pub with a ...
... this point we had been awake for a full two days, but somehow we decided it was a good idea to make a trek back out towards Grand Place (the main square in Brussels) for dinner. The walk was much better now that Dan and Jared (definitely not Caroline) had a better sense of the city and we had ditched our heavy packs. After wandering by lots of outdoor eateries and bars, we decided to eat outside at a very authentic Brussels Thai ...